Aviation Courses

Wrong flight path

August 14, 2017

Thiruvananthapuram: Aviation is a fast growing sector in the country and India is expected to become the third largest aviation market by 2020 and the largest by 2030. Also, major airlines are spreading their wings in the country with seven of them placing a cumulative order for around 1,329 aircraft. An expansion which is...

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Flying high in the desert

August 14, 2017

Aviation has been my passion since childhood. Growing up in Kenya for 12 years and travelling between Nairobi and Goa at least once a year, heavily influenced my interest in aviation. After my family decided to relocate to Belgaum for good, I joined Phoenix Public School to complete my education from Class VIII to...

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India’s first aviation university’s inauguration on August 18

August 13, 2017

New Delhi: The country’s first aviation university at Fursatganj in Uttar Pradesh’s Rae Bareli district is all set for inauguration on August 18. Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju, his deputy Jayant Sinha, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Congress vice president and Amethi MP Rahul Gandhi, among others are expected to attend the...

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Airport to host pilot training

July 13, 2016

Mt. Vermon: The Mt. Vernon Outland Airport has been selected by AIRGO Incorporated, located in Centralia, to train Chinese students to fly commercial planes, according to Chris Collins, the airport director. “I’m excited,” Collins said. “It’s an opportunity for the airport and it’s a big economic opportunity for the region.” The airport will be...

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New MBA course tailored for aviation industry

February 27, 2014

Mumbai: The Dr D Y Patil University Department of Business Management (DYPDBM) has recently launched a new MBA program in aviation management, in association with the airline industry. The MBA program is a two year full time program.  With the recent growth in the airline industries and new airlines, such as Jet-Ethihad Airways, Tata...

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